Armenia’s new government will introduce its program to parliament on June 20
YEREVAN. – Armenia’s new National Assembly (NA) will convene a session on June 20, during which the newly-formed Government will introduce its program for the NA’s approval, Haykakan Zhamanak daily writes, referring to well-informed sources from the ruling Republican Party.
“NA’s [opposition] Armenian National Congress, [ARF] Dashnaktsutyun [Party], and Heritage [Party] Factions will vote ‘against’ the Government’s program.
[But] The [Prosperous Armenia Party] PAP remains to be the main intrigue here. And, in general, a very noteworthy session is awaited in the NA on June 20. On that day the Congress representatives will deliver their first speeches,” Haykakan Zhamanak writes.